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  • County: Stirlingshire, Scotland
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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

7 Jun 1849

NOTICE OF REMOVAL. WILLIAM GILLESPIE, Ladies' .And Gentlemen's FASHIONABLE BOOT AND SHOEMAKER, BEGS to inform his numerous Friends and the Public that he has Removed from Mr Buchan's Premises St. Mary's Wynd, to that central and commodious Shop, 99, Baker

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

3 May 1855

TAILORS, KING STREET. WILLIAM DRYSDALE begs to intimate to his Friends Customers, that he has assumed Mr James M'Kinlay as a partner in his business, and he hopes, from the practical experience of Mr M'Kinlay, who has been employed for the last five years

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

7 Feb 1856

RAMSAY, Manager. JAMES BARLAS, Secretary. AGENTS. Stirling, Mr James Morrison, Banker. Denny, .. Mr J. S. Galbraith, Writer. Grangemouth,.. Mr Alexander Thomson, Merchant. Kincardine, Mr A. C. Stephen, Commercial Bank. GENERA! HOUSE-FURNISHING BAZAAR

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

27 Apr 1854

References are kindly permitted to Lady Russell. Brown, Crichton Royal Lady M'Pherson Grant. Institution, Dumfries* Lady Drysdale. Rev. J. Syme, Edinburgh. Lady Dunbar. Rev. Dr Hunter, Edin- Lady Dick Cunninghame. burgh. The Hon. Mrs Murray. Rev. Dr Cook.Haddington

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

4 May 1854

n for 52 postage stamps. Mr F«rgatc, Sheffield - Your . D . . spoken of by all who have purchased it of me. 61 Mr Pearse, King Street, Ludlow.- Your air Dye has succeeded admirably, it gives such a natural tinge. ' OT Mr Pearson, 29, Pishergate, Hair

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

31 May 1849

Discounts. FOR A LIMITED PERIOD ONLY. THEATRE, CORN-EXCHANGE, STIRLING. ESPECTFFT i■ * '4* -ft Public the Ladies, Gentlemen, and Purposes Openinf hi? Stirling and Viciuity, that - UNIQUE AND COMMODIOUS THEATRE, FOR A SHORT Tl\[ E ,^ THE by him with P -

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

20 Jan 1872

Jntttui, L°ST, on the Evening of Tuesday last, a LADY'S PUR COLLARETTE. If found, on application Office, Reward will be given. > on Sabbath last, between Laurieston and Redding, a LADY'S GREBE COLLARETTE. *kward. Apply to Geo. Bartholomew, Spirit Mer«J*t>

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

27 Jan 1894

Tongues, and Knees at Clabkb's. FRESH MEAT.—Houghs Fillets, Griskins, Kidneys, Tongues, Ribs Laird's, every Saturday. —156 High Street. O PECIAL Value in Ladies' Gold Silver Watches; High-Class Jewelled Movements; warranted. Strang, Jeweller, Falkirk FOR

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

19 Jan 1884

MR DAVID MARSHALL, BANE SUROZON•DENTISI 0 . 67 PORT STREET the= STISLING. Mr GENERAL Mr IL Marko MIME adman Tunas, sad the 1 PIM= a dineted to the greet [saline* hi &deeded in th e Baling darter for the dada it ambles el had no capita LETTERPRESS PRINTING

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

1 Jan 1846

to comply with the recommendations of several of his employers to hold his Classes in the above Hall this season, as being more central, and in other respects better suited for the health and comfort his Pupils. MM. having recently made a professional

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

7 Aug 1845

VESTINGS, TARTAN QUILTS, &c the MR SELLING OFF AT FOOT OF ALSO FOR SALE, A CHANDELIER with Three Burners, BRACKET, STOOL; One Large SHOP LOOKING UMBRELLA STAND, CARRON MERINOS, LAINES, PRINTS, SILKS, GALL. NOTICE. MR MURRAY of Polmaise requests that

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

9 Mar 1895

faction MR. BiNNIE*B SALES. OF GRASS PARKS —1 89 5. Monday, 11th March G'.enbervie, 12 o'clock. Thursday, „ Thornhill, 3 „ Saturday, 16:h „ Dunipace, 12 ~ Wednesday, 20ih ~ Redford, 2 ~ Thursday, 2lat „ Parkhill, 3 ~ Thursday, 21st ~ Koughhaugh, 4.30

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

27 Jul 1878

the Inhabitants of and surrounding district that he has COMMENCED BUSINESS as BLACKSMITH that so long carried ou by his late Master, Mr Robert Taylor, and hopes by Good Workmanship and Moderate Charges to merit share of public patronage. , Slamannau, July

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

2 Jan 1897

Business under the Name or Finn DAVID YSE, although Mrs will hereafter cease to any interest in it, either as individual as Executrix. All Accounts against the Business to this date uill be paid Mrs Wysk, who will receive all Accounts owing up to same

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

10 Apr 1897

Blouses. New Pongee Silks, Brocaded Silks -.ed Satins. New Silk Squares and Ladies' Aprons. New Kid Gloves, Damasca Points. New Silk and Taffeta Gloves, Coloured Sewing.*. New Ladies' Shirt Fronts and Fa-yj-y Blouses. New Umbrellas, nice Mounts, Moderate

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

12 May 1859

of material and workmanship. LADIES' RIDING HABITS Made in the first style, at moderate prices. King Street, StirUng, April 1859.) DRESSMAKING and LADIES' OUTFITTING ROOMSMRS MILLAR begs to inform her Customers and the Ladies ox generally, that her ROOMS

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

19 Sep 1896

Miss Elsie Grey. Sons, English—'Alice, where art thou? Mr J. M. Loni* Song, New—- M'Nab, the Handsome Cabby,' . , ' Song, New—- The Labour Candidate,' .. / * Scotch —' Cam'ye by Miss Lanbeth in his K»i«rt_.*nmenf ' Duet—'Come o'tr Moonlit S. a,' Miss Grey

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

16 Apr 1904

WINDOWS FROM WEEK TO WEEK. SCRUTINISE closklt our GOODS and PRICES, THEN TOD WILL KNOW WHEEE TO GET THE BEST VALUE LADIES' JACKETS, LADIES' COSTUME 3, DRESS GOODS, COSTUME SKIRTS, CORSETS, UMBRELLAS, CHILDREN'S COATS, CHILDREN'S PELISSES, SUITS MADE TO

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

30 Jun 1894

VICAR STREET. OPENING ANNOUNCEMENT. MRS GRAHAM has now Commenced SALEROOvI BUSINES3 at HOUSE (Late Mrs Laird's), and will Supply her Customers with Ladies' and Children's Now and Second-Hand Clothing; also, Napery. Ladies' Summer Dresses, from Gs 6d and upward

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

12 Sep 1861

called EASTFIELD, belonging to Mr William Johnston of Whitehill, and lying immediately above the new road leading from Stirling to Glasgow, with the DWELLING-HOUSE thereon, all as presently possessed by James Shanks, Mrs and others. Further particulars

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